Author: Emergency Nurses Association
Publisher: Jones and Bartlett Publishers, Inc.
Keywords: nursing, emergency, pediatric, curriculum, core
Number of Pages: 619
List price: $88.95
This unique text is intended for staff nurses and educators who care for children in emergency departments. It serves as the foundation for pediatric emergency nursing practice.
Authors:National Academies of Emergency Dispatch, Naed,
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers
Keywords: telecommunicator, emergency
Number of Pages: 188
List price: $29.95
In the span of just a few short years, emergency communications has undergone dramatic changes. With more than a quarter of a million 9-1-1 calls daily, technological advances have made today’s Emergency Telecommunicator the first person of the scene of any crime, fire, or medical emergency. With proper training, that Emergency Telecommunicator can protect callers and responders, preserve evidence, save seconds, and save lives. The Emergency Telecommunicator’s specialized skills and equipment can minimize the risks faced by field personnel and enhance the quality of pati
Author: Chuck Purdy
Publisher: Algora Publishing
Keywords: emergency, services, saint, street
Number of Pages: 240
List price: $22.95
A veteran paramedic decries the declining standards within the commercial ambulance corps and hospital emergency rooms. In a dramatic semi-autobiographical volume he points out several factors driving the decline (abuse and overwhelming of the system by Medicare/Medicaid patients and other non-emergency patients; and the way fiscal requirements distort how the services are run
Author: James A. Gordon
Publisher: Rothstein Associates Inc.
Keywords: emergency, demystifying, planning, governments, local, management, comprehensive
Number of Pages: 210
List price: $75.00
COMPREHENSIVE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENTS: DEMYSTIFYING EMERGENCY PLANNING is a "how-to" guide for staff in small to mid-sized local governments. It is incumbent upon such local authorities to be as prepared as possible for the natural and human-caused emergencies that seem to be occurring with greater frequency throughout North America, whether large or small, urban or rural. Preparing for such an eventuality is not ad hoc or sporadic: it follows a logical process considering a wide range of important aspects well beyond what is traditionally considered emergency preparedness.
Authors:Swaminatha V. Mahadevan, Gus M. Garmel,
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Keywords: emergency, practitioners, department, guide, medicine, clinical, introduction
Number of Pages: 818
List price: $97.00
Now with updated ACLS algorithms An Introduction to Clinical Emergency Medicine is a much-needed resource for individuals practicing in this challenging field. It takes a novel approach, describing in detail the best and most current methods including initial patient evaluation, generation of differential diagnoses, problem-solving and management of challenging conditions based on presenting symptoms. Unlike other textbooks, in which the diagnosis is known, this textbook approaches clinical problems as clinicians approach patients - without full knowledge of the final diagnosis. It provides an
Author: David Manhoff
Publisher: Mosby Year Book, Inc.
Keywords: emergency, noutdoor, time, ina, medical, outdoor, mosby, guide
Number of Pages: 66
List price: unknow
Author: Committee on Emergency and Continuous Exposure Gui
Publisher: National Academies Press
Keywords: submarine, contaminants, volume, selected, levels, continuous, exposure, guidance, emergency
Number of Pages: 332
List price: $67.00